Resource and Information Centre, Client Service Planning and Coordination, Job Search, Job Matching, Job Placement and Job Retention, Apprenticeships, Second Career Strategy, and Employing Young Talent Incentive.
Covers training for people who need to upgrade their skills for their current or new job with the same employer, or to be hired for a specific position. Please note that only employers can apply for the C-OJG.
Youth Job Connection helps youth aged 15-29 who face major hurdles to employment by providing in-class workshops and training, paid work placements, and customized coaching and counselling.
Employment Accessibility for Students with Disabilities helps post-secondary students and/or recent graduates, with verifiable disabilities, aged 17 or older, gain and retain paid work.
Foundations for Youth Success is for youth 15-24 who face multiple and/or serious barriers to finding and retaining education and employment. It engages youth in interactive and dynamic life skills training and mentorship initiatives.
Capability helps those with verified or unverified disabilities improve their job options through workshops and paid job placements.
Newcomer Settlement Program provides newcomers with information on how to settle in Toronto through referrals, one-on-one counselling, workshops, and support groups.
Connects recent, skilled immigrants with mentors in their professional field of work to help them understand the workplace culture, navigate the system, and find meaningful employment.
The Senior Mentorship and Connection Program (SMC) will increase and strengthen community connections for seniors (55 years of age and older), while enhancing their important role in society through volunteerism and community involvement.
The Newcomer Community Integration Program addresses barriers experienced by newcomer women and facilitates improved access and connections to supports and opportunities which foster social and economic integration.
Toronto West Local Immigration Partnership is a collaborative initiative to enhance the local delivery of services to newcomers, while promoting the innovative and efficient use of community resources.
The Collaboration Catalysts Partnership project engages volunteers (Catalysts) to be actively involved in the settlement-sector by supporting the work of service providers.
Mentoring Pathways to Employment (MPE) program empowers skilled newcomers in finding and retaining employment commensurate with their education, skills, and experience.
EEII program to improve your cross-cultural communication and soft skills. We can help you build your network and understand the expectation of Canadian employers.
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